Pendulum drop their eagerly anticipated debut album 'Hold Your Colour' on Breakbeat Kaos.Featuring 13 bold and diverse tracks, the album combines the trio's groundbreaking blend of heavy electronic funk, never-before-heard innovative sounds and 'real' musical elements to produce a monster of a long player, destined to break down genres and smash up charts worldwide.After bursting onto the scene with 2003's debut 'Vault' (which won "Drum'n'Bass Tune Of The Year", Pendulum have since gone onto take the titles of "Best Breakthrough Producers", "Best Producers", and again "Tune Of The Year" in 2004 with the mighty 'Another Planet' – an anthem of such epic proportions it made No. 43 in the UK National Charts.
'Hold Your Colour' is set to follow suit when it drops; straight from the huge cinematic introduction, the album takes you on a action packed ride from anthems to emotional journeys and everything in between. From furious dancefloors bombs 'Slam', 'Hold Your Colour' and the massive 'Tarantula' featuring the vocal talents of MC Spyda and Tenor Fly, to smooth soulful rollouts 'Plasticworld' and 'Streamline'. From breakbeat monsters 'Fasten Your Seatbelts' and 'Out Here', to the latin-rock electro fuelled funk of 'Girl In The Fire' -- this long player takes listeners on a trip through genre bending territory.
The Pendulum story thus far can only be described as one of much warranted overnight success... and their debut album holds all the promise of becoming a dance classic.“One of the most ambitious drum'n'bass albums in history... it shows how far you can take drum'n'bass and makes the sound accessible for a whole new section of music lovers. Pendulum have created the drum'n'bass equivalent of stadium rock” (Mixmag magazine).
03. Plastic World
04. Fasten Your Seatbelt (ft. The Freestylers)
05. Through The Loop
06. Sounds of Life (ft. Jasmin Lee)
07. Girl in the Fire
08. Tarantula (Pendulum vs. Fresh ft. Sptda & Tenor Fly)
09. Out Here
10. Hold Your Colour
11. The Terminal
13. Another Planet
14. Still Grey